Thursday, November 01, 2007

Scariest Truck Accidents Ever






























































Trucks are huge and that makes them more dangerous if accident happens. Here are the after effects..

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29 comments:

Anonymous said...

Cool, nice pictures.

Anonymous said...

2nd!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Are you fucking stupid and or blind?? the majority of these pictures are not trucks. some are cranes, some are buses, and some are large equipment.

Go back to school and learn about you vehicles, you fucking idiot

Anonymous said...

Not only were most of the pictures not of trucks (bus, crane, van, etc) some of the pictures were set up, not accidents. If you're going to post something called truck accidents, then have only trucks, and only accidents in the group. Lame.

Anonymous said...

Above two posters, seriously... shut up... who cares, unless you have a fetish for accidents that exclusively involve trucks then I don't want to hear about it.... in fact I don't want to hear about it if you do have a truck fetish. I really can't see why people like you have such an empty boring life that you go around slagging off every web post for the tinyiest problems...

Anonymous said...

Two posters above... shut up, who gives a fuck what vehicle it is... unless you guys have a weird accident fetish that exclusively involves trucks?
Sickos!

Anonymous said...

yeeeah, dont have to complain. the guy took time to make this. what the hell did YOU do? nothing. so stfu. Btw, the pictures were radical! awesome maan

Anonymous said...

I liked it.

Anonymous said...

I think the pic's were okay, but when they're saying trucks, they have misunderstood what a truck are...


LoL

Anonymous said...

i cant wait till i get my truck!

Anonymous said...

"I think the pic's were okay, but when they're saying trucks, they have misunderstood what a truck are..."

your a botard.

Anonymous said...

I helped clean up #26... watermelon truck near Hillsborough, NC, USA... absolutely nasty. The driver fell from the cab to the concrete shoulder below. During afternoon rush hour.

Anonymous said...

all u guys who are complaining its nt a truck.... etc. look at the very very bottem of this page below the comments

Anonymous said...

We cannot verify the absolute truckness of everything posted. Postings may contain truck, speculation for truck or rumor of truck... Or no truck at all..

The same rule abides for accidents.

And it's obvious that the author commented in the comments, attacking those who criticize the stupid title of the collection.

Lame!

Anonymous said...

I think it would be a good idea to rename this article something along the lines of:

"Scariest Bus, Crane, Van, JCB, Digger, Car, Pick-Up, Steam Roller, Plough and occasionally even Truck Accidents, Predicaments and all round Situations ever"

Catchy and accurate!

SexyMonica said...

cool down guys Trucks or not trucks i think we should give the credit to the poster who took out time and gathered all those pics :P

Anonymous said...

Half of those are photo-shopped, not real anyway.

Anonymous said...

hahaha, Why care if they're trucks or not? Or if not all of them acctually are accients?
The pictures rock, and that's all :)

You go:D

Anonymous said...

nice

Anonymous said...

yeap.....a few people have to learn to drive...and take care others on the road....

ghreht said...

cool pictures... but i think that some of these pictures have parts that are photoshoped.i mean,clearly,come on!how can a slightly discolored vehicle have it that bad of an accident happed only 1or2 yards away and the people not even see it as a storekeeper waving to them.you must be stupid to fall for that!either fake or real,its hard to believe... people and makers who i might have offended,sorry for my inconvience

Anonymous said...

We are anonymous, we are legion.

Anonymous said...

What's wrong with BMW's????

Anonymous said...

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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For other uses, see Truck (disambiguation).
"Lorry" redirects here. For other uses, see Lorry (disambiguation).
DAF tractor with an auto-transport semi-trailer truck carrying Škoda Octavia cars in Cardiff, Wales
DAF tractor with an auto-transport semi-trailer truck carrying Škoda Octavia cars in Cardiff, Wales

A truck is a vehicle usually used for transporting bulk goods, materials, or equipment. The word "truck" comes from the Greek "trochos", meaning "wheel". In America, the big wheels of wagons were called trucks. When the gasoline-engine driven trucks came into fashion, these were called "motor trucks". Lorry is a British term but is only used for the medium and heavy types (see below), i.e. a van, a pickup or a Jeep would never be regarded as a "lorry". Other languages have loanwords based on these terms, such as the Malay lori and the Mexican Spanish troca (or pickup in northern Mexico).

In Australia and New Zealand a small vehicle with an open back is called a ute (short for "utility vehicle") and the word "truck" is reserved for larger vehicles.

Anonymous said...

Excusing the fact that most of the comments are in-bred morons bitching about the (rather pointless) fact that most of those "Weren't trucks", I'd just like to say, those were cool! Some were photo-shopped, but most looked real enough, and were totally KICKASS!

alawpro-com said...

That is a really serious truck accident. I bet that the Los Angeles truck accident attorneys on this case cleaned house. I know that I would have if it had been me in the accident

David Tech Guy said...

I think the people driving them must be in debt big time paying for an accident like that. Unless the company pays for it. But then again how would you explain to your lawyer how you truck is standing strait up in the middle of a field.

Anonymous said...

ok! cool down guys, yes its not what they said it to be, but atleast its sumthing. next time they need to stick to wat they call the webside.

Anonymous said...

They need to learn how to drive.